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Wednesday February 21st, 2018 4:13PM

Marc Eggers

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Marc Eggers
Gainesville Mayor presents annual 'State of the City Address' (AUDIO)
Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan presented his “State of the City Address” at Tuesday evening’s city council meeting, and Gainesville is officially a multi-billionaire
8:10PM ( 20 hours ago )
Lula ready to start work on new sewer line location
Lula City Council members heard an update from City Manager Dennis Bergin on the long discussed and much debated “Sewer Line -I” project under consideration by the municipality at their voting session Monday evening
9:51PM ( 1 day ago )
City council joins Gainesville budgeting process
The Gainesville City Council heard the first in a series of budget presentations as city leaders try to anticipate spending and revenue flows for the FY2019 year which begins July 1, 2018.
11:59AM ( 6 days ago )
Safety reporting method adopted by GHMPO
The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Policy Committee approved a plan Tuesday morning that will quantify the results of money spent on traffic improvements as those improvements relate to actual crash data.
1:16PM ( 1 week ago )
School bond sale goes better than expected for Hall County
Hall County Schools will soon have the funds they need to begin some major capital improvement projects.
7:59PM ( 1 week ago )
Jewelry snatch-and-run suspects sought in Gwinnett County
Gwinnett County authorities are looking for a pair of suspects they believe are connected to a robbery at the Sam’s Club on Buford Drive in Buford on the first of February.
10:16AM ( 1 week ago )
Athens-Clarke County files opioid lawsuit
The opioid-addiction crisis that has infected and affected much of the United States has reached a tipping point in Athens-Clarke County.
9:46AM ( 1 week ago )
UNG Black Student Union hosts Black History Month guest speaker (AUDIO)
The University of North Georgia’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) and the Gainesville campus’s Black Student Union (BSU) hosted Dr. Douglas Ealey, Professor of Human Services Delivery and Administration, as featured speaker Wednesday afternoon as part of the school’s celebration of Black History Month.
3:17PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gainesville downtown parking deck ready to rise
When the Gainesville City Council gave unanimous approval Tuesday evening to four Tax Allocation District (TAD) funding requests, the council’s vote simultaneously “got the ball rolling” for the expansion of the city-owned parking deck.
8:26PM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gainesville Council excited as downtown gets ready to grow
“We are off to the races,” Gainesville City Councilman Zach Thompson said. “Buckle up!”
12:50PM ( 2 weeks ago )